Assembly Member Khaleel Anderson to Keynote "Making Climate Act Real" Event; Call on Gov to Pass NY HEAT Act

BROOKLYN, NY (09/18/2023) (readMedia)-- For NYC Climate Week, New Yorkers for Clean Power, the Alliance for Clean Energy New York, Association for Energy Affordability, E2 (Environmental Entrepreneurs), and the Natural Resources Defense Council will host "Making It Real: Successfully Implementing New York's Climate Act through Entrepreneurship and Workforce Development."

New York has only scratched the surface when it comes to our potential in the clean energy economy. In order to realize our potential, we must get off gas with the NY HEAT Act. This event will include policymakers, entrepreneurs, and workforce experts to discuss the future of clean energy in New York.

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Anne Reynolds – Member of NYS Climate Action Council and Executive Director, Alliance for Clean Energy New York (ACE NY)

Assemblymember Khaleel Anderson – Assembly District 31

Cassie Schuttrumpf – Program Manager, Venture for Climate Tech

Daniel Cohen – Founder, UCharge: a localized network of high-speed EV chargers designed for dense urban environments.

David Goldstein – Founder & CEO, Hydronic Shell Technologies: HVAC tech for multi-family buildings that pairs a cost-effective solution with a non-invasive installation process.

Jose Porro – Founder & CEO, Cobalt Water: an AI and machine learning platform that enhances wastewater and water utility management

Charles Callaway – Director of Workforce Development, WE ACT for Environmental Justice

Carter Strickland – Chief Sustainability Officer & Executive Director of Climate Action, SUNY

Tonya Gayle – Executive Director, Green City Force


Policymakers, entrepreneurs, and workforce experts to discuss the future of clean energy in New York.

WHEN: Tuesday September 19, 2023 at 09:30AM Eastern Time (US & Canada)
WHERE: Center for Fiction (option to attend online as well)
15 Lafayette Ave
Brooklyn, New York 11217

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